Acne cleansing and moisturizing organic seed oil

Hemp seed oil is wonderful natural treatment for acne and acne scars. Even better, due to its non-comedogenic (does not block pores) nature it’s suitable for all skin types! You can use the oil as a moisturizer and also use it in your other home remedies for acne.



Cold pressed acne cleansing oil is a wonderful natural treatment for acne and acne scars. Even better, due to its non-comedogenic (does not block pores) nature it’s suitable for all skin types! You can use the oil as a moisturizer and also use it in your other home remedies for acne


100% organic cold pressed virgin hemp seed oil

Benefits/How does it work?

By moderating oil production

Hemp Seed Oil is perfect for all skin types as it moisturizes the skin without clogging your pores. It’s nothing short of a miracle that it can balance out even oil skin, hydrating it by regulating the skin’s oil production. Dry skin can cause to overproduce oil which can worsen acne in many cases. Hemp oil prevents dry skin without clogging pores.

Moisturizes and soothes inflammation

One of the ingredients in Hemp Seed Oil is gamma-linolenic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that is a powerful anti-inflammatory that also improves new cell generation and skin growth. Gamma-linolenic acid even treats serious skin conditions like psoriasis.

Treats atopic dermatitis

Omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids fight all forms of acne as well as skin conditions like atopic dermatitis. Not only that, Hemp Seed Oil is an excellent solution to tackle acne scars. Next time someone asks you how to treat acne scars, you know what to recommend.

Has anti-aging properties

In addition to being a moisturizing and soothing agent, Hemp Seed Oil fights of wrinkles and others signs of aging as well. Our body does not produce linoleic acid and oleic acids – fatty acids Hemp Seed Oil is rich in – which are crucial to skin health and anti-aging.

How to use?

Topical use (directly on skin)

Hemp Seed Oil can be used directly on the skin by most skin types. However, we recommend you conduct a patch test to make sure you’re not allergic to Hemp Seed Oil. Here’s how to conduct a patch test:

  • Wash and dry up a small area of your arm
  • Apply a small quantity of Hemp Seed Oil
  • Cover the area with a bandage for 24 hours and observe
  • In case of any irritation or discomfort, wash off the area
  • If you don’t feel any reaction, Hemp Seed Oil is safe to use on your skin

Oral Use (drink up or consume with foods!)

Hemp Seed Oil is considered a super food due to rich nutrition in the oil. You can also get all its skincare benefits simply be consuming the oil as a part of your diet – 1-2 teaspoon a day taken as is or as a dressing for your salads.


According to Public Library of Science in the USA, Hemp seed oil can be used to treat acne vulgaris because of its anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and anti-lipogenic properties. Amazingly Hemp Seed Oil also enhances collagen-promoting properties. We all know how important collagen is for skin cell regeneration.

If you have interest in exploring Hemp Seed Oil further, feel free to go through the research articles listed, or don’t hesitate to write to us.

Chularojanamontri L, et al. (2014). Moisturizers for acne: What are their constituents?

– Callaway J, et al. (2005). Efficacy of dietary hempseed oil in patients with atopic dermatitis.

– Schagen SK, et al. (2012). Discovering the link between nutrition and skin aging.

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